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Videography in the Photography Industry

February 27, 2012



Brian Tetrault Speaking About Videography for CIPNE at LensProToGo, Monday, March 5th 2012
Monday March 5th, 2012, 7:30–9:30pm
(Blurb from http://www.cipne.org/)

Have you recently been intrigued by the growing trend of videography in the photography industry? In this program, commercial photographer and videographer Brian Tetrault will step you through the transition from an all digital photography workflow into a hybrid photography/videography workflow. Key topics covered will include: integrating videography into your business, essentials of getting started in videography with little or no investment (using what you may already have), best practices and techniques for creating beautiful scenes and stories, and the basics of a good post-production workflow.

Brian began his photography career shooting for high-end residential real-estate agencies and corporate architectural firms in southern California. After relocating back to Boston, he set up Brian Tetrault Productions, which offers architectural photography, multimedia production, commercial advertising and lifestyle photography, video production and editing, and digital media consulting. Brian’s passion for his craft extends beyond helping businesses market themselves through photography and multimedia. He enjoys coaching and teaching others about the art and technology of photography in private tutoring sessions and at Boston area schools, including Boston University’s Center for Digital Imaging Arts where he has also held the position of Associate Director of Photography.

LOCATION - note NEW address
Lens Pro to Go
130b Baker Ave. Extension,
Concord, MA 01742

Registration: 6:30–7:30pm
Program: 7:30–9:30pm

Cost: CIPNE Members, Free; Non-members, $35; Full-time Students, $5*.

*Full-time students will be required to present their photo-IDs at registration.

Pre-registration is required for this program.
Please visit http://www.cipne.org/ for a link to the registration page.
Please note: on-line registration closes March 2nd.


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